“There’s no reason why they wouldn’t go, they are still family… But as the bride, [Bea] might be worried by a bit of upstaging,” she added.
Speaking of The Chapel Royal, where Bea and Edo will tie the knot in May, Camilla said the venue is so small – with a maximum of 150 guests – that it will be a very low-key affair.
With the intimate nature of the venue, Camilla said runs the risk of Harry and Meghan’s presence being more of a talking point than the bride and groom.
While Buckingham Palace has made no official word about Harry and Meghan's attendance, more and more information about the wedding is being announced as the day gets closer.
Taking to Instagram on Saturday, the 29-year-old shared a sweet throwback snap of the herself and Bea as youngsters when they were bridesmaids for their nanny Alison Wardley.
“She's so excited.... Today the family announced Beatrice will marry Edo on 29th May 2020. Very proud of this moment,” Eugenie captioned the retro snap.
Enthusiastic fans were quick to take to Instagram to comment on the delightful pic, with one person writing: “Very happy for Princess Beatrice and your family!”
Another person stated: “You must be a very proud sis! Wish the couple all happiness and may the wedding preparation go smoothly.”
A third person added: “Awww congrats to you and your sister!!”